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“When They Call You A Terrorist,” by Patrisse Khan-Cullors and co-authored by Asha Bandele, has been chosen for NIU’s 2019-2021 Common Reading Experience (CRE). Last year, over 70 percent of freshmen students used the book in at least one of their courses, including UNIV 101/201, First-Year Composition courses and COMS 100. The Office of the...
If you missed Bryan Stevenson’s visit to NIU on Oct. 24, it’s not too late to find out what he had to say and continue the conversation around injustice, humanity and mercy. As an NIU faculty, staff or student, you have exclusive access to Bryan Stevenson’s remarks during his NIU visit using your NIU username...
A series of events linked to themes of the Common Reading Experience (CRE) book selection, Just Mercy: A Story of Justice and Redemption, continue this month. Students, faculty, staff and community members are welcome to participate in events that pique your interest. Events are sponsored by several different entities and focus on themes related to Just...
A series of events linked to themes of the Common Reading Experience (CRE) book selection, Just Mercy: A Story of Justice and Redemption, has been released. Students, faculty, staff and community members are welcome to participate in events that pique your interest. Events are sponsored by several different entities and focus on themes related to...
Book cover of "This I Believe II"
NIU faculty, administrators, staff and returning students are encouraged to “Get the Book, Read the Book and Donate the Book” as part of the First-Year Common Reading Experience (CRE) this fall. For the second year, NIU’s book selection is This I Believe II, a collection of seventy-five 500-word essays written by a variety of Americans...